Wiz Khalifa didn’t have a humble bone in his body the day he recorded his braggadocios new cut “King of Everything.”
If you’re a rap fan, it’s a great chance that today’s task involved discussing, dissecting, or doing a combination of the two to fully grasp Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly. Part of the album’s appeal is its lush sonic composition, the background of which producer-rapper Flying Lotus broke down in great detail.
Flying Lotus, a recent addition to BBC Radio 1’s lineup of resident DJs, commemorated his first night at his post by exclusively premiering an unreleased version of the Kendrick Lamar-assisted groove “Never Catch Me.”
Per usual, a bevy of rap visuals from the likes of Mike Will Made-It to Flying Lotus released between yesterday and today. And because Hip-Hop Wired loves you, we decided to package them all here for your enjoyment.
Flying Lotus is known for making off-kilter, ethereal productions, so teaming with DOOM only makes sense. Such is the case on “Masquatch.”
As previously reported, the remastered Grand Theft Auto V has officially released. Featuring a reconfigured soundtrack, listeners receive a lot of new music, including a Flying Lotus track called “Medication Meditation,” featuring Krayzie Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
The musicality of Flying Lotus cannot be questioned or ignored by lovers of sonically distinct tunes. A full display of the West Coast producer’s talents can be heard on his new album You’re Dead!.
Honestly, any video this week was more heartwarming than watching Big Pun’s mama rob a bank without a mask on. That being said, The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week is giving off the same type of vibe that teller probably got.
Flying Lotus isn’t letting up on the throttle after unveiling his fantastic “Never Catch Me” video with Kendrick Lamar.
Flying Lotus is one of a handful of artists who’s never compromised the quality of his visuals. With his album, You’re Dead, due to release October 7, he debuts a thoughtful clip for its single “Never Catch Me,” featuring Kendrick Lamar.
On Thursday night (June 19), Denver police investigated three shootings that occurred after a Nas, ScHoolboy Q and Flying Lotus concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
Producer, rapper, and musician Flying Lotus returns under his alter ego Captain Murphy on a new track called “Between Villains,” featuring Earl Sweatshirt, Viktor Vaughn (aka MF DOOM), and Thundercat.
After teasing fans with an ambiguous trailer, Childish Gambino unveils the director’s cut of his short film Clapping For The Wrong Reasons. The visual is a mockumentary of sorts that follows the rapper-actor, formally known as Donald Glover, and his random encounters.
Is it an upcoming music video? Is it a new TV series? Is it a stoner flick featuring rappers? These are just some of the questions that come to mind after watching a teaser clip from Childish Gambino titled, “Clapping For All The Wrong Reasons.”
SUPRA and G-Shock are familiar names to anyone with even a passing interest in streetwear. In honor of its 30th anniversary, G-Shock is collaborating with a number of brands and SUPRA designed the “It’s About Time” G-Shock watch along with a matching Vaider Lite high top sneaker.
Just a day after dropping his Showtime mixtape, Mac Miller returns with the first official single from his highly anticipated LP Watching Movies With The Sound Off. The track is titled “S.D.S.,” and stands for “Somebody Do Something.”
Thursday, March 7, Earl Sweatshirt gave an impromptu performance during a Flying Lotus show at Los Angeles’s Low End Theory. If anything, his gracing the stage revealed that the Odd Future rapper may very well be cooking up one of the year’s better projects with Doris. He previewed three new tracks from the album to a justified amount […]